Gamma Graphics Services utilizes the foremost technology in NDT. Safer than radiography, more comprehensive than ultrasonic testing, Radiometric Profiling [RP] provides you with faster results, more information and is completely non-invasive.
Inspections are performed with the Lixi Profiler, which ensures a thorough and accurate assessment with applied RP. This technique delivers information you can count on to satisfy operational and regulatory compliance.
Radiometric Profiling is not your typical NDT technology. RP is a fast, real-time testing technique that helps you detect system defects with a data set and long term benefits that are far superior to any other NDT testing technology.
Zero pre-inspection insulation / jacketing removal or pipe cleaning
RP (radiometry) or non-industrial radiography, presents absolutely no radiation exposure.
More tests per day means more info, less time on site and lower costs.
The most complete, thorough data set with real-time information
Early detection leads to high impact repair and loss avoidance
Control assessment and maintenance costs today and well into the future
Radiometric Profiling is the only NDT Technology that allows you to see everything you need to manage a healthy pipe system without touching a thing. 360° thorough scanning provides real-time information for identifying areas of vulnerability including the accurate measurement of corrosion, wet insulation, liquid level, welds, blockage and more.
More information, more locations and no interruptions to your plant result in an experience that is non-invasive and allows you to effectively manage maintenance and repair costs.
PREVIEW THE PROFILER IN ACTION
As seen in the figure, material is introduced between the energy source and an energy detector. The detector measures the amount of energy passing through the material (displayed as counts) and a pre-defined calibration allows for the conversion of detector measurements into calibrated values, typically expressed in units compatible with the material being tested.
The more material being measured, the lower the counts and the higher the calibrated value. There is an inverse relationship between detector readings and the calibrated values.
TOUR INDICATIONS OF DAMAGE REVEALED BY THE PROFILER